Posts Tagged ‘Paul Goble’

  1. No sane person would fight that wall


    March 24, 2015 by AK

    Paul Goble has translated large excerpts from Semyon F. Gluzman’s interview with Focus, a Kyiv-based journal. Gluzman served seven years in Soviet prisons and labor camps and three years in Siberian exile for his effort to prove that the dissident General Grigorenko had been improperly diagnosed with a mental disorder. I’ve also translated a small bit myself focusing on two …
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  2. Born in the country, not far from the ruined capital


    March 18, 2015 by AK

    Last week, The Interpreter ran a story by Paul Goble that emphasized the importance of the urban-rural divide for understanding today’s Ukraine. The story was largely based on an interview with Sergey Koshman, a coordinator of We Are Europeans, a Ukrainan civil movement, published in Novoye Vremya. Having survived the collectivization and famine of the early 1930s and the …
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